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>> LIBRARY CLOSED <<
UPDATED
06/01/2020

THE LIBRARY IS CURRENTLY CLOSED TO THE PUBLIC,
HOWEVER, THE BOOK DROP IS NOW UNLOCKED

Please see our Home Page for updated information
for returning borrowed items.

>> NEW <<

 >> We now offer curb-side pick up on material placed on hold.

>> We have assembled a few Picture Book bundles, by author or subject, that can readily be checked out to you!  They are:  Dr. Seuss, Animals, Crafts, Bugs, Trucks, and Disney Fairy Tales.  Just call the Library (978-582-4140) or email Miss Debbie.  We can also assemble bundles for Beginner Reader Books and Juvenile Books if you would like.


THE FREE SUMMER MEAL PROGRAM FOR CHILDREN 18 & UNDER
IS STILL HAPPENING!

Pick up meals at the T. C. Passios building located right behind the Lunenburg Library, and bring them off site to eat.
Children do not need to be present to pick up the meals.
Meals are provided through a collaborative effort between
Sodexo, Fitchburg Schools and Lunenburg Schools.


Children's and YA books will no longer have overdue fines!

We will no longer have daily late fees on books in the children and teen areas of the Library.  Replacement fees will still be assessed if a book is lost.
Please read this document HERE for more information. 

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Other Fun Activities

Beginning Monday, June 29th

'Weekly Craft Activity'

These will be posted on LPL’s YouTube and Facebook pages each week for you to try. These are all fun activities that can be done with a few simple ingredients from around the house!

Here's our activity for week 4:  Cloud Dough
Watch Miss Debbie 
HERE Enjoy!

Here's our activity for week 3:  Bubble Lamp in a Bag
Click HERE to see this week's craft activity - so cool!

Here's our activity for week 2- Homemade Bubble Solution
Click HERE to see what you will need for this fun activity. 
Watch Miss Debbie HERE.  Enjoy!

Here's our activity for week 1- Tee Shirt Art
Watch Miss Debbie HERE.  Enjoy!

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'LPL’s QR Fairy Tale Quests About Town'

Are you up for tackling a quest? Are you good at finding things? Well if you are, then this activity is for you! There are 8 fairy tale pictures located outside around town. Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find all of them! When you locate a picture, scan the QR code and then answer the questions.

Sound easy (heh, heh)? Well, I guess we’ll see how brave and determined our LPL families are! Good luck! So stay on the lookout for these pictures, we’ll leave them up for most of the summer. I will continue to post hints for finding various pictures to help you with your quest.

(Here’s a hint for finding picture #5:  "No matter how old you get, may you always stop to fill your pockets with smooth stones, empty snail shells & other little treasures."-Nicolette Sowder.  And what better place to do that than at a lovely nature trail right off Rte 2A)
(Here’s a hint for finding picture #4:  “You can't buy happiness, but you can buy ice cream, and that's kind of the same thing.” Janet Lee Logan.)
(Here’s a hint for finding picture #3:  "My town hall meetings are with friends and neighbors, fellow Americans. We engage." Sheila Jackson Lee.  We have a very lovely old New England building for all our 'town' information!)
(Here’s a hint for finding picture #2: “My opinion is that a school with no playground isn't a school at all.” Mohith Agadi. Luckily we have(had) one....Remember?)
(Here’s a hint for finding picture #1: “Libraries store the energy that fuels the imagination.  They open up windows to the world and inspire us to explore and achieve, and contribute to improving our quality of life. Libraries change lives for the better.” Sidney Sheldon.  This is an easy one to get you started!)


Looking for some good book recommendations?

Use these Reading List from the ALSC for your Summer Reading!

         

Association for Library Service to Children (ALSC)


'Summer Reading Challenge for the Whole Family!'

This reading challenge created by author Julie Stroebel Barichello is a great activity to do and every level of reader can do it!
Try it this summer as a Family Challenge! See the challenge HERE.


Are you a fan of the Harry Potter books?  Do you want more?

HERE are some book recommendations!  Beloved science fiction and fantasy books that might appeal to you if you loved the magical world of Harry Potter!